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Published May 17, 2019

Listen to 'Rise of the Black Panther' Writer Evan Narcisse on Marvel's Voices

The scribe joins Angélique Roché for a talk about fandom, art, technology, and more!

Throughout the history of the Marvel Universe, the family of creators inside the House of Ideas has consisted of diverse and unique writers from different disciplines and across various genres. Together, these skills, perspectives, and styles have worked to craft some of our favorites stories—telling and retelling tales of our most beloved heroes and villains.

But what do these writers have in common? Simply put, their love for a good story, their love for the hero’s journey, and—most importantly—their love for Marvel.

Writer and journalist Evan Narcisse is no exception to this rule. A comic book fan from an early age, Evan has spent his life writing about the cross section of popular culture, arts, and technology, making him a perfect choice to bring together the history and legacy of the one of Marvel’s most well-known characters, the Black Panther.

I had a chance to chat with Evan about his trajectory from science fiction and tech journalist for io9, The Atlantic, and Kotaku to writing Marvel’s six issue limited series RISE OF THE BLACK PANTHER, and other fiction projects such as Rooster Teeth’s gen:LOCK.

Listen to our full conversation here, then read RISE OF THE BLACK PANTHER below!

Rise of the Black Panther (2018) #1

Rise of the Black Panther (2018) #1

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